One Midtown Kitchen

★★★★☆
  • 559 Dutch Valley Rd NE

    Atlanta, GA 30324

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  • 404-892-4111

About One Midtown Kitchen

Hours
Sun, Mon, 5:30pm - 10pm; Tue - Thu, 5:30pm - 11pm; Fri, Sat, 5:30pm - midnight

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Yeah! One is back!!! After a recent chef change it is better than ever! The calamari, steak frites and that lucious kit kat bar! Such a gorgeous space and a seasoned fun staff! One you rock!!!

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★★★★★

Yeah! One is back!!! After a recent chef change it is better than ever! The calamari, steak frites and that lucious kit kat bar! Such a gorgeous space and a seasoned fun staff! One you rock!!!

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Cool space and so-so service can not make up for the fact that my tuna was over cooked not to mention the saltiest thing I have ever eaten - the server brought our wine to the table under his arm and I must say that by the time he had

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★★★★★

Cool space and so-so service can not make up for the fact that my tuna was over cooked not to mention the saltiest thing I have ever eaten - the server brought our wine to the table under his arm and I must say that by the time he had

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Went with friends for marriage treat for dinner, food was yummy.

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★★★★★

Went with friends for marriage treat for dinner, food was yummy.

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There is nothing like springtime in Atlanta; its the season when it feels good to just get out and have fun. ONE midtown kitchen is no different. Getting out to dine at ONE will amp up the feel good with its amazingly creative

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★★★★★

There is nothing like springtime in Atlanta; its the season when it feels good to just get out and have fun. ONE midtown kitchen is no different. Getting out to dine at ONE will amp up the feel good with its amazingly creative

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Love the atmosphere and love going here with a group of girls. Great food and fun drinks! One has a great scene and lots of character

3
★★★★★

Love the atmosphere and love going here with a group of girls. Great food and fun drinks! One has a great scene and lots of character

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I have never written bad review for any restaurant before and would never have if the experience wasn't this bad. This time its exceptional becoz I want everyone to know how bad their food and service is.\r
It was my husband's bday

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★★★★★

I have never written bad review for any restaurant before and would never have if the experience wasn't this bad. This time its exceptional becoz I want everyone to know how bad their food and service is.\r
It was my husband's bday

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The experience was good but there's nothing special about this place. I've had better food and service from other places.

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★★☆☆☆

The experience was good but there's nothing special about this place. I've had better food and service from other places.

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The food here used to be good, but now it's inconsistent. I went here with a friend a few months ago and had good food, then went back a few weeks ago and had really bad food. The ossobucco was too salty. The wait staff isn't really friendly and it's an expensive place.

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★★★☆☆

The food here used to be good, but now it's inconsistent. I went here with a friend a few months ago and had good food, then went back a few weeks ago and had really bad food. The ossobucco was too salty. The wait staff isn't really friendly and it's an expensive place.

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Normally don't leave comments like this, but feel a need to communicate my experience this evening. When the adjacent table was served their dinner, I made a comment to my girlfriend that I thought it was interesting that they ordered the same thing as us. One of them picked around at the salmon while the other stared confusingly at his pork. Once the couple finally put it all together, they called the waiter over and mentioned that it wasn't the correct order. The food was promptly taken back to the open kitchen, of which we happened to be seated directly in front. I watched as the staff placed the dishes on a shelf and then they sent us both soup to apologize for the delay (I assume they wanted us to think they were still preparing our food).

I watched in disbelief as they brought me the same plate that had gone to the table next to me about 10 minutes prior. After observing this as well as all food in the restaurant being plated by staff not wearing gloves or washing their hands while we were there makes me question the food safety practices of this restaurant.

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★★☆☆☆

Normally don't leave comments like this, but feel a need to communicate my experience this evening. When the adjacent table was served their dinner, I made a comment to my girlfriend that I thought it was interesting that they ordered the same thing as us. One of them picked around at the salmon while the other stared confusingly at his pork. Once the couple finally put it all together, they called the waiter over and mentioned that it wasn't the correct order. The food was promptly taken back to the open kitchen, of which we happened to be seated directly in front. I watched as the staff placed the dishes on a shelf and then they sent us both soup to apologize for the delay (I assume they wanted us to think they were still preparing our food).

I watched in disbelief as they brought me the same plate that had gone to the table next to me about 10 minutes prior. After observing this as well as all food in the restaurant being plated by staff not wearing gloves or washing their hands while we were there makes me question the food safety practices of this restaurant.

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I travel constantly and frequent the Atlanta area. One of my favorite restaurants used to be One Midtown Kitchen. The calamari was second to none and the ossobuco was phenomenal. On my most recent trip to Atlanta my girlfriend and I went to eat dinner after my hyping up the restaurant for a few days. I must say I was EXTREMELY disappointed with the food. We were "warned" that they had a new chef and some of the menu items had been modified or eliminated. I don't mind spending money like that on good food but this was borderline gross. (Not to mention I felt like an idiot in front of my girlfriend.) I will not go back until they hire the old chef back! I am not the kind of person who complains about this kind of thing but I feel very motivated in this instance.

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★☆☆☆☆

I travel constantly and frequent the Atlanta area. One of my favorite restaurants used to be One Midtown Kitchen. The calamari was second to none and the ossobuco was phenomenal. On my most recent trip to Atlanta my girlfriend and I went to eat dinner after my hyping up the restaurant for a few days. I must say I was EXTREMELY disappointed with the food. We were "warned" that they had a new chef and some of the menu items had been modified or eliminated. I don't mind spending money like that on good food but this was borderline gross. (Not to mention I felt like an idiot in front of my girlfriend.) I will not go back until they hire the old chef back! I am not the kind of person who complains about this kind of thing but I feel very motivated in this instance.

Pros: Atmosphere

Cons: Food

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The staff and atmosphere give this place its hype but the food was creative but blah. I felt the menu was limited and I left feeling like I spent too much money for food I did not enjoy.

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★★★☆☆

The staff and atmosphere give this place its hype but the food was creative but blah. I felt the menu was limited and I left feeling like I spent too much money for food I did not enjoy.

Pros: Great view

Cons: Food

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First, the space is great! Big, excellent lighting, warm feeling, good amount of energy in the room. Our waiter was top-notch, very knowlegeable about the offerings, details about ingredients, etc. Very affordable wine list with several at $20 and $30, all the way up to top shelf-$150. One of the best Butternut Squash soups ever, except served in a tall V-Shaped coffe mug, making it difficult the scoop out every last drop. Crab Fritter appetiser was very good as well, but not a difficult dish to perfect. I ordered the wood fired chicken breasyt expecting a "Roasted-Juicy" meal. What I got, in addition to two very small breast was swimming in broth, with diced carrotts. I ate one bite, and couldn't get the flavor, then another, and still a bland, smoky taste, a third bite, and the only overwhelming thing I tasted was "smoked" chicken. It was not described as such on the menu. Our waiter was more than gracious in offereing to replace it with anything on the menu - WITHOUT an attitude... I ordered the Flank Steak and Frittes. The portion I receivedv was much smaller than the guset sitting right next to me. Our waiter also explained that "It's what everyone orders here". Bite one, same smoky taste as the chicken, bite two, more of the same. Needless to say, I brought half home for the dog, as I was looking forward to a nice juicy piece of meat, not something tasting like smoky chicken. My girlfriend orderd scallops, shrimp, with grits. Her dish was swimming in sauce as well, and it was a very sloppy presentation. The scallops were cooked perfect, except there were far two few for the price. Chocolate Dessert was excellent, very good cup of cappucino, however $8 for a snifter of Sambuca seems more like Manhattan, not Atlanta.

Our bill, with a $30 bottle of wine was $118, with a $22 tip = $140. Totaly overpriced for the quality, consistency, and portions of food. Great spot for an after theartre drink and desert.

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★★★☆☆

First, the space is great! Big, excellent lighting, warm feeling, good amount of energy in the room. Our waiter was top-notch, very knowlegeable about the offerings, details about ingredients, etc. Very affordable wine list with several at $20 and $30, all the way up to top shelf-$150. One of the best Butternut Squash soups ever, except served in a tall V-Shaped coffe mug, making it difficult the scoop out every last drop. Crab Fritter appetiser was very good as well, but not a difficult dish to perfect. I ordered the wood fired chicken breasyt expecting a "Roasted-Juicy" meal. What I got, in addition to two very small breast was swimming in broth, with diced carrotts. I ate one bite, and couldn't get the flavor, then another, and still a bland, smoky taste, a third bite, and the only overwhelming thing I tasted was "smoked" chicken. It was not described as such on the menu. Our waiter was more than gracious in offereing to replace it with anything on the menu - WITHOUT an attitude... I ordered the Flank Steak and Frittes. The portion I receivedv was much smaller than the guset sitting right next to me. Our waiter also explained that "It's what everyone orders here". Bite one, same smoky taste as the chicken, bite two, more of the same. Needless to say, I brought half home for the dog, as I was looking forward to a nice juicy piece of meat, not something tasting like smoky chicken. My girlfriend orderd scallops, shrimp, with grits. Her dish was swimming in sauce as well, and it was a very sloppy presentation. The scallops were cooked perfect, except there were far two few for the price. Chocolate Dessert was excellent, very good cup of cappucino, however $8 for a snifter of Sambuca seems more like Manhattan, not Atlanta.

Our bill, with a $30 bottle of wine was $118, with a $22 tip = $140. Totaly overpriced for the quality, consistency, and portions of food. Great spot for an after theartre drink and desert.

Pros: Berautiful Decor

Cons: Two different Entress tasted the same

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We took part in the Halloween special last night at One Midtown. We live in the neighborhood and always enjoy the creative decor of the large restaurant, but I am consistently disappointed with the food. The most outstanding negative came last night in the form leg of lamb. I watched my boyfriend slowly work through mounds of connective tissue and fat. It definitely fit the bill as a ghastly dish on the Halloween menu. What really frustrated us was the response from the waiter when he asked how our dinners were as he cleared the plates. I said so-so, he quickly dismissed us and said great, thanks for coming.

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★☆☆☆☆

We took part in the Halloween special last night at One Midtown. We live in the neighborhood and always enjoy the creative decor of the large restaurant, but I am consistently disappointed with the food. The most outstanding negative came last night in the form leg of lamb. I watched my boyfriend slowly work through mounds of connective tissue and fat. It definitely fit the bill as a ghastly dish on the Halloween menu. What really frustrated us was the response from the waiter when he asked how our dinners were as he cleared the plates. I said so-so, he quickly dismissed us and said great, thanks for coming.

Pros: glitzy decor

Cons: impersonal service, poor quality control

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I ate here with my boo-diddy we had a great time. The host, Bob, was very amiable, and our server (Roberta) gave us great suggestions about the menu. I had Steak Frites and they were nice and tender. He had the Duck and it was oh-so delicious, even the lentil! We had a great time and enjoyed the atmosphere. Thankfully, we came when there wasn't a crowd but by the time we left it was starting to feel a bit cramped at our table-for-two.

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★★★★★

I ate here with my boo-diddy we had a great time. The host, Bob, was very amiable, and our server (Roberta) gave us great suggestions about the menu. I had Steak Frites and they were nice and tender. He had the Duck and it was oh-so delicious, even the lentil! We had a great time and enjoyed the atmosphere. Thankfully, we came when there wasn't a crowd but by the time we left it was starting to feel a bit cramped at our table-for-two.

Pros: Service, Food

Cons: strong marguerita, tables kinda close

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This will be my 1st visit to One Midtown Kitchen, I'm celebrating with my wife and a few friends have both good and bad things to say about OMK, so I'm deciding to check it out for myself, we have reservations at 8:30, I called a couple of hours in advance to request a booth, before I can even explain what occasion or event my wife and I are celebrating, I'm rushed off the phone by, "BOB". I'll post my review if we have dinner there, after being rushed off the phone I'm not so sure we will even go!

Well, Bob turned out to be a great guy so maybe I was the one acting an a$$ on the phone, (I've been known to ba an a$$hole quite often) nonetheless, the food was decent, the service was excellent, Our reservations were for 8:30, we arrived around 8:20. I requested a booth and we were seated as soon as we walked into the restaurant. Our Waiter "jose" was excellent, all in all, I'll visit one again!

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★★★★☆

This will be my 1st visit to One Midtown Kitchen, I'm celebrating with my wife and a few friends have both good and bad things to say about OMK, so I'm deciding to check it out for myself, we have reservations at 8:30, I called a couple of hours in advance to request a booth, before I can even explain what occasion or event my wife and I are celebrating, I'm rushed off the phone by, "BOB". I'll post my review if we have dinner there, after being rushed off the phone I'm not so sure we will even go!

Well, Bob turned out to be a great guy so maybe I was the one acting an a$$ on the phone, (I've been known to ba an a$$hole quite often) nonetheless, the food was decent, the service was excellent, Our reservations were for 8:30, we arrived around 8:20. I requested a booth and we were seated as soon as we walked into the restaurant. Our Waiter "jose" was excellent, all in all, I'll visit one again!

Pros: Reservations at 8:30

Cons: Rushed off the Phone confirming Reservations.

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Great food & atmosphere and the service was perfect. Incredible desserts too. Loved the concept of the price tiered wine list as well. I'm really looking forward to going back again.

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★★★★★

Great food & atmosphere and the service was perfect. Incredible desserts too. Loved the concept of the price tiered wine list as well. I'm really looking forward to going back again.

Pros: Atmosphere and service.

Cons: The food was great but definitely not your typical American fare so dont expect basics.

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I really like the food at One Midtown Kitchen. I thought the place had a really unique atmosphere. I hated the unisex bathrooms. But that is beside the point. Definitely a fun night out in Atlanta

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★★★★☆

I really like the food at One Midtown Kitchen. I thought the place had a really unique atmosphere. I hated the unisex bathrooms. But that is beside the point. Definitely a fun night out in Atlanta

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The food here was great, and the service was excellent - especially the host! I was actually surprised at the prices - they were much better than I had first expected when going there. They are very reasonable.

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The food here was great, and the service was excellent - especially the host! I was actually surprised at the prices - they were much better than I had first expected when going there. They are very reasonable.

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It is definitely a hip place. I'm amazed that it's still going strong after several years. They've kept some of the standby menu items, which is nice, while incorporating some new ideas.

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★★★☆☆

It is definitely a hip place. I'm amazed that it's still going strong after several years. They've kept some of the standby menu items, which is nice, while incorporating some new ideas.

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We went there for our anniversary and reserved a booth 3 week in advance, when we arrived a booth was not available, and we were seated in a table for 2 sandwiched between 2 tables of 4 people tables (very loud people. Food is 7 on a scale of 1-10. I would recommend it for a casual dinner not for something special.

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★★☆☆☆

We went there for our anniversary and reserved a booth 3 week in advance, when we arrived a booth was not available, and we were seated in a table for 2 sandwiched between 2 tables of 4 people tables (very loud people. Food is 7 on a scale of 1-10. I would recommend it for a casual dinner not for something special.

Pros: quick seating

Cons: Poor Service

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I?ll get right to it here. The food.....starters were OK, one soup delicious, Caesar salad so so. Main, brisket, the chef's specialty, nicely cooked but not a lot of taste nor was there a lot of taste in the risotto which was more like really soggy tapioca and I wasn't too jazzed up about the balsamic cabbage. Desserts you ask?...Well the chocolate thingy with mint ice cream was really good. Fresh mint in the ice cream. The lemon tart was so-so. Not a big lemon taste there. So far just fair. You ask about service? Well, our waitperson Bernie was terrific and she and her wait partner really worked the room. Had a hitch with the food runner. Our entree was delivered to the table with us having barely finished our starter. The plates were still on the table. The guy gave us attitude as if we had done something wrong. I wasn't aware that we were supposed to clear our own table. I guess the entree plates were hot. OK, that's gotta hurt but when he saw the first course plates were still on the table he should have put our dinners down on the side (plenty of room for that), collected the plates and then served the dinner. Frankly that really ticked me off although when I mentioned it to a responsible person they were concerned and said they?d make sure they fixed that. Good answer. Also had a little problem with port being served with a ton of sediment. I think we're blaming that on a well-meaning new bartender who just needed a quick lesson. He should be good to go after that. All in all, with about $150 in gift certificates to Fifth Group restaurants, I have a funny feeling I'm going to have trouble spending that dough and I live a few steps away from Tap and Trois. It?s a shame. They really need to work on consistency and flavor. We?ll wait and hope for the best.

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★★★☆☆

I?ll get right to it here. The food.....starters were OK, one soup delicious, Caesar salad so so. Main, brisket, the chef's specialty, nicely cooked but not a lot of taste nor was there a lot of taste in the risotto which was more like really soggy tapioca and I wasn't too jazzed up about the balsamic cabbage. Desserts you ask?...Well the chocolate thingy with mint ice cream was really good. Fresh mint in the ice cream. The lemon tart was so-so. Not a big lemon taste there. So far just fair. You ask about service? Well, our waitperson Bernie was terrific and she and her wait partner really worked the room. Had a hitch with the food runner. Our entree was delivered to the table with us having barely finished our starter. The plates were still on the table. The guy gave us attitude as if we had done something wrong. I wasn't aware that we were supposed to clear our own table. I guess the entree plates were hot. OK, that's gotta hurt but when he saw the first course plates were still on the table he should have put our dinners down on the side (plenty of room for that), collected the plates and then served the dinner. Frankly that really ticked me off although when I mentioned it to a responsible person they were concerned and said they?d make sure they fixed that. Good answer. Also had a little problem with port being served with a ton of sediment. I think we're blaming that on a well-meaning new bartender who just needed a quick lesson. He should be good to go after that. All in all, with about $150 in gift certificates to Fifth Group restaurants, I have a funny feeling I'm going to have trouble spending that dough and I live a few steps away from Tap and Trois. It?s a shame. They really need to work on consistency and flavor. We?ll wait and hope for the best.

Pros: Good wait staff

Cons: Mediocre food

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I try to go with my boyfriend every Sunday to enjoy a delicious three-course meal for only $25!!! The food is great and the atmosphere is very relaxing. It's a great place to enjoy your last day of the weekend!

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★★★★☆

I try to go with my boyfriend every Sunday to enjoy a delicious three-course meal for only $25!!! The food is great and the atmosphere is very relaxing. It's a great place to enjoy your last day of the weekend!

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I try to go with my boyfriend every Sunday to enjoy a delicious three-course meal for only $25!!! The food is great and the atmosphere is very relaxing. It's a great place to enjoy your last day of the weekend!

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★★★★★

I try to go with my boyfriend every Sunday to enjoy a delicious three-course meal for only $25!!! The food is great and the atmosphere is very relaxing. It's a great place to enjoy your last day of the weekend!

Pros: Food, Atmosphere, Service

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I know Atlanta has a lot of great restaurants so when I was there recently I looked for something special to try out. The menu on One Midtown Kitchen's website hooked me. I'm vegetarian and there were several items in the 'small plates' section that appealed to me, including their '3 from the garden'. Excellent food, great service and their wine tiers make up the best concept in a wine menu I've ever seen at a restaurant.

I enjoyed my experience there so much I had to go back again in the same week (and wasn't disappointed)! There wasn't a specific vegetarian entree but I'm sure the chef would put something together as an entree if asked, especially if that's mentioned when making a reservation. However I was more than satisfied with 2 small plate choices each time as far as quantity is concerned and would strongly recommend those as you will get great tastes of several different items.

When I say this was one of my top 10 dining experiences (actually 2 of my top 10), that puts it in outstanding company as I've dined at Bishop's and Lumiere (both Mobil 4 star in Vancouver), The Maisonette in Cincinnati (Mobil 5 star) and Ming Tsai's Blue Ginger among others.

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★★★★★

I know Atlanta has a lot of great restaurants so when I was there recently I looked for something special to try out. The menu on One Midtown Kitchen's website hooked me. I'm vegetarian and there were several items in the 'small plates' section that appealed to me, including their '3 from the garden'. Excellent food, great service and their wine tiers make up the best concept in a wine menu I've ever seen at a restaurant.

I enjoyed my experience there so much I had to go back again in the same week (and wasn't disappointed)! There wasn't a specific vegetarian entree but I'm sure the chef would put something together as an entree if asked, especially if that's mentioned when making a reservation. However I was more than satisfied with 2 small plate choices each time as far as quantity is concerned and would strongly recommend those as you will get great tastes of several different items.

When I say this was one of my top 10 dining experiences (actually 2 of my top 10), that puts it in outstanding company as I've dined at Bishop's and Lumiere (both Mobil 4 star in Vancouver), The Maisonette in Cincinnati (Mobil 5 star) and Ming Tsai's Blue Ginger among others.

Pros: excellent food, good variety for vegetarian, excellent concept for wine list

Cons: none

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ONE is a great place to go on a Friday or Saturday night. The atmosphere is great and the food is very good with reasonable prices. The bar area can be very crowded, but overall a great restaurant.

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★★★★★

ONE is a great place to go on a Friday or Saturday night. The atmosphere is great and the food is very good with reasonable prices. The bar area can be very crowded, but overall a great restaurant.

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I was excited to try One Midtown Kitchen out, especially after reading all of these reviews, & even invited my mom downtown to join us. Upon arrival, I liked the looks of the place - Walking in, we were greeted by friendly staff and an urban setting which I found appealing. Our waiter was very nice, and very attentive. That was the extent of the good.

It almost feels unfair to review the food, because it seems as if there was some catastrophe in the kitchen. However, we paid for some bad food, so here?s their well earned bad review:

I decided to give their mussels a shot, so we ordered those and their vegetable empanadas for apps. The first thing I noticed was that their mussels were incredibly chewy. The taste was good, but the texture was terrible. The came already shelled on toasted bread. Perhaps a total of 12 mussels, which was disappointing considering the quantity and quality seems subpar compared to the bar food I had the night before. The empanadas were good, probably because they are fried.
I ordered the scallops, my boyfriend ordered the halibut (served on a bed of rice pilaf) and my mom ordered the chicken. Firstly, if I am paying $20 for scallops, they should be good. And if $20 is only buying me 3 scallops, they better be REALLY good. However, just as the mussels, the scallops were cooked horribly, and were so uneven that part of the one scallop was raw and the other part seemed so overcooked it was chewy. Each scallop was served atop a block of watermelon, which tasted interesting, but not good. And couldn?t they have at least provided seedless watermelon? My mom?s chicken was also overcooked, and my boyfriend?s rice was undercooked, so badly in fact that he said he felt like he was eating raw rice. Above all, the flavor of all of the food wasn?t exciting ? It just wasn?t good. It was surprising considering the good experience that we?ve had at their sister restaurants.

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★★☆☆☆

I was excited to try One Midtown Kitchen out, especially after reading all of these reviews, & even invited my mom downtown to join us. Upon arrival, I liked the looks of the place - Walking in, we were greeted by friendly staff and an urban setting which I found appealing. Our waiter was very nice, and very attentive. That was the extent of the good.

It almost feels unfair to review the food, because it seems as if there was some catastrophe in the kitchen. However, we paid for some bad food, so here?s their well earned bad review:

I decided to give their mussels a shot, so we ordered those and their vegetable empanadas for apps. The first thing I noticed was that their mussels were incredibly chewy. The taste was good, but the texture was terrible. The came already shelled on toasted bread. Perhaps a total of 12 mussels, which was disappointing considering the quantity and quality seems subpar compared to the bar food I had the night before. The empanadas were good, probably because they are fried.
I ordered the scallops, my boyfriend ordered the halibut (served on a bed of rice pilaf) and my mom ordered the chicken. Firstly, if I am paying $20 for scallops, they should be good. And if $20 is only buying me 3 scallops, they better be REALLY good. However, just as the mussels, the scallops were cooked horribly, and were so uneven that part of the one scallop was raw and the other part seemed so overcooked it was chewy. Each scallop was served atop a block of watermelon, which tasted interesting, but not good. And couldn?t they have at least provided seedless watermelon? My mom?s chicken was also overcooked, and my boyfriend?s rice was undercooked, so badly in fact that he said he felt like he was eating raw rice. Above all, the flavor of all of the food wasn?t exciting ? It just wasn?t good. It was surprising considering the good experience that we?ve had at their sister restaurants.

Pros: Good service, nice looking place, friendly staff, decent wine list

Cons: Expensive, tasteless, poorly cooked food

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I had been going to this place since the it was first open, I even moved away for a couple of years and the place has never went down hill, (like so many Atlanta places). I just want to say "Cheers for a job well done". If you have an event, want a great meal or atmosphere you have found the right place!! P.S. The blonde waitress with curly hair is the best. I even have pictures of her and I on my birthday there!!

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★★★★★

I had been going to this place since the it was first open, I even moved away for a couple of years and the place has never went down hill, (like so many Atlanta places). I just want to say "Cheers for a job well done". If you have an event, want a great meal or atmosphere you have found the right place!! P.S. The blonde waitress with curly hair is the best. I even have pictures of her and I on my birthday there!!

Pros: Endless glass of wine

Cons: That we can't clone the place or staff!

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Had the calamari appertizer, which was very tender and served in tubular rather than tentacles or ring form. Complimentary bread assortment with white bean dip was delicious. My party had the seared tuna, salmon, duck, and the scallops. All dishes were good, but the scallops were the tastiest (big yet moist scallops nicely carmelized on the top and bottom, and not overcooked). Desserts of banana tart with banana ice cream in phyllo dough was a delicious combination of textures and temperatures, and not overly sweet.

The atmopshere was stylish and modern, and of course, due to the hard surfaces, loud. But you will get loud with the rest of them after a few cocktails anyhow! All in all a pleasantly stylish place to eat and drink in Midtown with good food.

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★★★★☆

Had the calamari appertizer, which was very tender and served in tubular rather than tentacles or ring form. Complimentary bread assortment with white bean dip was delicious. My party had the seared tuna, salmon, duck, and the scallops. All dishes were good, but the scallops were the tastiest (big yet moist scallops nicely carmelized on the top and bottom, and not overcooked). Desserts of banana tart with banana ice cream in phyllo dough was a delicious combination of textures and temperatures, and not overly sweet.

The atmopshere was stylish and modern, and of course, due to the hard surfaces, loud. But you will get loud with the rest of them after a few cocktails anyhow! All in all a pleasantly stylish place to eat and drink in Midtown with good food.

Pros: Food inventiveness and execution, good drink list

Cons: Loud, unisex bathrooms (I don't want to share the loo with men - they are messy!)

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After hearing so much about this restaurant and finally having the opportunity to dine there, we were more then disappointed. Although the service was good, the food was flavorless and the portions were way to small for what you are paying. It seemed that everything we had from our appetizers to our main course had little to no seasoning. I would not recommend this restaurant to anyone that is looking for a actual dining experience.
I would go to Ratbuns or Two Urban Licks before ever coming back to One Midtown Kitchen.

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★★☆☆☆

After hearing so much about this restaurant and finally having the opportunity to dine there, we were more then disappointed. Although the service was good, the food was flavorless and the portions were way to small for what you are paying. It seemed that everything we had from our appetizers to our main course had little to no seasoning. I would not recommend this restaurant to anyone that is looking for a actual dining experience.
I would go to Ratbuns or Two Urban Licks before ever coming back to One Midtown Kitchen.

Pros: Service was good as well as the valet.

Cons: Flavorless foods

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I've been a fan of ONE midtown kitchen since it opened, but I've never tried the calamari (I'm always swayed towards the goat cheese), but I finally tried it recently. I must say, it is one of the most unique preparations of calamari I've ever had. It's served with a sweet-and-sour type sauce, and they are stretched out almost like tubes, rather than the traditional circles with marinara sauce. And the serving is big enough so that it could almost be a main course! I think I've found a new favorite!

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★★★★☆

I've been a fan of ONE midtown kitchen since it opened, but I've never tried the calamari (I'm always swayed towards the goat cheese), but I finally tried it recently. I must say, it is one of the most unique preparations of calamari I've ever had. It's served with a sweet-and-sour type sauce, and they are stretched out almost like tubes, rather than the traditional circles with marinara sauce. And the serving is big enough so that it could almost be a main course! I think I've found a new favorite!

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After several years of sampling Atlanta's more popular restaurants, I FINALLY paid a visit to ONE. I was instantly impressed with the atmosphere; very simple and modern, cozy and smaller than I'd expected. The place was decorated with suspended lights and lighted trees for the holidays, and it gave the restaurant a warm, cozy, patio-dining feel. Onto drinks and food. Their list of specialty cocktails was not that impressive; the "One Martini" was pleasant enough, but we decided to stick to their wines for the rest of the evening. The bartenders were a bit snotty and not very accommodating. We arrived an hour before our reservation, but we were pleasantly surprised when they seated us 15 minutes early than expected. Still, service was spotty - the host and greeters were perfectly amiable, but our server wasn't as personable as you'd expect at a place like this. The FOOD was absolutely divine. We started off with the calamari, which is flash fried to tender perfection and seasoned with a tangy sweet and sour sauce. So much better than the typical marinara and aioli! We also tried the risotto croquettes, which were unique and tasty. For our entrees, we ordered the bluefin tuna, the Surf & Turf, the duck, and the salmon. Everything was amazing, but the best of these was the duck with curried lentils. Perfectly spiced, not overwhelming at all. For dessert, my date and I shared the Kit Kat Bar (their house version), which came served with peanut sorbet and curry ice cream. Highly recommend it! All in all, I loved this place and will definitely revisit. But I think I still love Two Urban Licks more!! Note: Make reservations as this place gets PACKED!

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★★★★★

After several years of sampling Atlanta's more popular restaurants, I FINALLY paid a visit to ONE. I was instantly impressed with the atmosphere; very simple and modern, cozy and smaller than I'd expected. The place was decorated with suspended lights and lighted trees for the holidays, and it gave the restaurant a warm, cozy, patio-dining feel. Onto drinks and food. Their list of specialty cocktails was not that impressive; the "One Martini" was pleasant enough, but we decided to stick to their wines for the rest of the evening. The bartenders were a bit snotty and not very accommodating. We arrived an hour before our reservation, but we were pleasantly surprised when they seated us 15 minutes early than expected. Still, service was spotty - the host and greeters were perfectly amiable, but our server wasn't as personable as you'd expect at a place like this. The FOOD was absolutely divine. We started off with the calamari, which is flash fried to tender perfection and seasoned with a tangy sweet and sour sauce. So much better than the typical marinara and aioli! We also tried the risotto croquettes, which were unique and tasty. For our entrees, we ordered the bluefin tuna, the Surf & Turf, the duck, and the salmon. Everything was amazing, but the best of these was the duck with curried lentils. Perfectly spiced, not overwhelming at all. For dessert, my date and I shared the Kit Kat Bar (their house version), which came served with peanut sorbet and curry ice cream. Highly recommend it! All in all, I loved this place and will definitely revisit. But I think I still love Two Urban Licks more!! Note: Make reservations as this place gets PACKED!

Pros: Awesome food, atmosphere, great bar

Cons: Parking (make sure you valet), spotty service

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My husband and I went here for our anniversary, everything from the food, atmosphere, and server were great!
we tried almost everything on the menu, and it was all really good!!

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★★★★★

My husband and I went here for our anniversary, everything from the food, atmosphere, and server were great!
we tried almost everything on the menu, and it was all really good!!

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Can not say enough about both the food and atmosphere. The service was right up there with the ambiance. I would highly recommend this establishment for both locals and visitors to Atlanta.

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★★★★☆

Can not say enough about both the food and atmosphere. The service was right up there with the ambiance. I would highly recommend this establishment for both locals and visitors to Atlanta.

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One Midtown Kitchen is a beautiful restaurant. It has a patio which overlooks Piedmont Park and a fabulous skyline.

The food is wonderful and not to expensive. I can't wait to go again.

5
★★★★★

One Midtown Kitchen is a beautiful restaurant. It has a patio which overlooks Piedmont Park and a fabulous skyline.

The food is wonderful and not to expensive. I can't wait to go again.

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We came here for our anniversary and were very disappointed. The food was flavorless. The fries were cold. We sent them back and they came back cold again. I would never recommend this place. Go to Rathbun's instead.

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★☆☆☆☆

We came here for our anniversary and were very disappointed. The food was flavorless. The fries were cold. We sent them back and they came back cold again. I would never recommend this place. Go to Rathbun's instead.

Pros: Valet

Cons: Flavorless, cold food; Not enough bathrooms

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Although this restaurant is almost hidden at the end of an obscure road in midtown, once you find it it's worth every minute you spent looking for it. I never knew that it was there. When my date and I entered the restaurant, I was very impressed. I loved the decor, which my date told me changed depending on the season. This particular month (maybe June) they had frames made of wood with butterflies intertwined as well as beautiful arrangements of tropical flowers. Aside from the decor, the food was wonderful. We ordered the calamari as an appetizer and I was far from disappointed.Rather, it was the best calamari I've had in Atlanta or anywhere else for that matter. As other reviewers stated, the calamari was perfectly cooked and the sauce was absolutely tasty. For dinner, I ordered the lamb and enjoyed that too. I can't wait to go back.

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★★★★★

Although this restaurant is almost hidden at the end of an obscure road in midtown, once you find it it's worth every minute you spent looking for it. I never knew that it was there. When my date and I entered the restaurant, I was very impressed. I loved the decor, which my date told me changed depending on the season. This particular month (maybe June) they had frames made of wood with butterflies intertwined as well as beautiful arrangements of tropical flowers. Aside from the decor, the food was wonderful. We ordered the calamari as an appetizer and I was far from disappointed.Rather, it was the best calamari I've had in Atlanta or anywhere else for that matter. As other reviewers stated, the calamari was perfectly cooked and the sauce was absolutely tasty. For dinner, I ordered the lamb and enjoyed that too. I can't wait to go back.

Pros: decor,atmosphere, food, calamari

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the store looks very cool and service is good. It would be a good place for couple but maybe not for a big party as store is noisy we barely heard what each other was talking about. we ordered several small plates and main courses. the food is fine but defintely not among the top 5 best restaurants I have been to. Recommend the duck and chicken but not steak.

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★★★★☆

the store looks very cool and service is good. It would be a good place for couple but maybe not for a big party as store is noisy we barely heard what each other was talking about. we ordered several small plates and main courses. the food is fine but defintely not among the top 5 best restaurants I have been to. Recommend the duck and chicken but not steak.

Pros: atmosphere, service

Cons: noisy

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Great, intelligent service! Wonderful choices of dishes from appetizers to deserts. Great wine list. Contemporary atmosphere and upscale diners. The portions are perfect. Order an appetizer for 2, your meal and you should have just enough room for the awesome deserts. You have to try the PEACH BOMB!!!

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★★★★★

Great, intelligent service! Wonderful choices of dishes from appetizers to deserts. Great wine list. Contemporary atmosphere and upscale diners. The portions are perfect. Order an appetizer for 2, your meal and you should have just enough room for the awesome deserts. You have to try the PEACH BOMB!!!

Pros: Service, food, wine, deserts, host

Cons: NONE

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My 50th birthday was celebrated here. The dining experience was impeccable and the service divine. Chef Todd Rushing prepared a dazzling menu with the perfect wines to compliment each course. The marvelous individual cakes created and served by the pastry chef were heavenly. One Midtown is my first choice in the Atlanta Restaurant industry.

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★★★★★

My 50th birthday was celebrated here. The dining experience was impeccable and the service divine. Chef Todd Rushing prepared a dazzling menu with the perfect wines to compliment each course. The marvelous individual cakes created and served by the pastry chef were heavenly. One Midtown is my first choice in the Atlanta Restaurant industry.

Cons: Atmosphere, Service, Food

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My most recent visit to ONE. midtown kitchen was very pleasant. Although I am a frequent diner at ONE, the food and atmosphere never get old. Upon entering the restaurant, we were greeted by a very friendly host. I did not make reservations, so we ventured over to the bar for a few pre-dinner cocktails. Once we were seated the server promptly took our orders. We started with the calamari and the lobster omelette for appetizers. Both were wonderful. The calamari was covered in a sweet and sour sauce to die for! The outside was crisp, while the inside was so tender. The lobster omelette was very different and delicious. The lobster meat was juicy and fresh, very pleasing. Definitely a must-have! For my entree, I ordered the braised lamb shanks and paired it with a wonderful red wine recommended by the waitress. The lamb was juicy and cooked in a garlic sauce. The grits were great, very spicy! For dessert we all shared the signature kit kat bar and the carmelized banana tart. The kit kats are always wonderful and the banana tart was not only gorgeous, but delicious. The sweet, warm flavors blended with the tangy sorbet for an unbeatable dessert! My dining party and I were once again pleased with the prompt and friendly service, impeccable food and sultry atmosphere! We will continue to dine at ONE.

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★★★★★

My most recent visit to ONE. midtown kitchen was very pleasant. Although I am a frequent diner at ONE, the food and atmosphere never get old. Upon entering the restaurant, we were greeted by a very friendly host. I did not make reservations, so we ventured over to the bar for a few pre-dinner cocktails. Once we were seated the server promptly took our orders. We started with the calamari and the lobster omelette for appetizers. Both were wonderful. The calamari was covered in a sweet and sour sauce to die for! The outside was crisp, while the inside was so tender. The lobster omelette was very different and delicious. The lobster meat was juicy and fresh, very pleasing. Definitely a must-have! For my entree, I ordered the braised lamb shanks and paired it with a wonderful red wine recommended by the waitress. The lamb was juicy and cooked in a garlic sauce. The grits were great, very spicy! For dessert we all shared the signature kit kat bar and the carmelized banana tart. The kit kats are always wonderful and the banana tart was not only gorgeous, but delicious. The sweet, warm flavors blended with the tangy sorbet for an unbeatable dessert! My dining party and I were once again pleased with the prompt and friendly service, impeccable food and sultry atmosphere! We will continue to dine at ONE.

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My family and I could not have picked a better place to celebrate my birthday! From the atmosphere to the food, the service to the valet, ONE. midtown kitchen did not even come close to missing a beat. We were seated almost immediately after arriving at the restaurant on a crowded Thursday night. My husband and I, after a long day of work, were more than ready for the bottomless wine and received our first glass within minutes of requesting it. Our perky, cheerful server had contagious energy and matched the vibe of ONE perfectly. We ordered the calamari as an appetizer and although my kids were not exactly sure what it was, we had to ask for a second order to keep them satisfied! It is truly the most wonderful tasting appetizer in the city. My husband had the Tuna with Memphis style BBQ sauce... to die for; not to mention it was cooked to perfection. I had the Steak Frites which was so tender and delicious that I was amazed at how quickly it was gone!! Also, the parmesan-herb fries were the perfect compliment. My two young children shared the tomato, mozzarella and basil pizza and have been talking about it for days... they have even turned down chucky-cheese and suggested ONE. midtown kitchen again for the "best, yummy-ist pizza". For dessert, in honor of my birthday, we were presented with a complimentary Kit Kat Bar...which melted (too quickly!) in each of our mouths. To sum up our experience, ONE. midtown kitchen made quite an impact in our house...the only thing that we are disappointed about is the fact that we waited this long to try it!!!

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★★★☆☆

My family and I could not have picked a better place to celebrate my birthday! From the atmosphere to the food, the service to the valet, ONE. midtown kitchen did not even come close to missing a beat. We were seated almost immediately after arriving at the restaurant on a crowded Thursday night. My husband and I, after a long day of work, were more than ready for the bottomless wine and received our first glass within minutes of requesting it. Our perky, cheerful server had contagious energy and matched the vibe of ONE perfectly. We ordered the calamari as an appetizer and although my kids were not exactly sure what it was, we had to ask for a second order to keep them satisfied! It is truly the most wonderful tasting appetizer in the city. My husband had the Tuna with Memphis style BBQ sauce... to die for; not to mention it was cooked to perfection. I had the Steak Frites which was so tender and delicious that I was amazed at how quickly it was gone!! Also, the parmesan-herb fries were the perfect compliment. My two young children shared the tomato, mozzarella and basil pizza and have been talking about it for days... they have even turned down chucky-cheese and suggested ONE. midtown kitchen again for the "best, yummy-ist pizza". For dessert, in honor of my birthday, we were presented with a complimentary Kit Kat Bar...which melted (too quickly!) in each of our mouths. To sum up our experience, ONE. midtown kitchen made quite an impact in our house...the only thing that we are disappointed about is the fact that we waited this long to try it!!!

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Went tonight - Monday, so things were slow - the service was attentive and friendly. Had three tapas to start: The raw tuna with capers, cucumbers and sesame was a bit mushy, but had decent flavor. The pork tacos were not great...just okay. The calamari was surprisingly moist inside, crunchy outside with flavorful sauce...nice. My husband had bluefin tuna steak - medium rare - which was quite nice...if a bit salty. I had scallops with chorizo and white beans - scallops had nice flavor and were fairly tender, but the lovely little white beans were not quite cooked through...too much crunch which made them seem dry. A friend had pork chops and liked them a lot. Another friend had the hanger steak - which we all tried - that had nice flavor.

I'd been to One Midtown when Richard Blais was there and enjoyed the food more, but we did have a nice dining experience overall. Wouldn't call it exceptional food...but good.

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★★★☆☆

Went tonight - Monday, so things were slow - the service was attentive and friendly. Had three tapas to start: The raw tuna with capers, cucumbers and sesame was a bit mushy, but had decent flavor. The pork tacos were not great...just okay. The calamari was surprisingly moist inside, crunchy outside with flavorful sauce...nice. My husband had bluefin tuna steak - medium rare - which was quite nice...if a bit salty. I had scallops with chorizo and white beans - scallops had nice flavor and were fairly tender, but the lovely little white beans were not quite cooked through...too much crunch which made them seem dry. A friend had pork chops and liked them a lot. Another friend had the hanger steak - which we all tried - that had nice flavor.

I'd been to One Midtown when Richard Blais was there and enjoyed the food more, but we did have a nice dining experience overall. Wouldn't call it exceptional food...but good.

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We've been to One three times now. The first time we waited over an hour for our table and the food was not very good. The second time we waited 45 minutes and, even with a new chef, the food was lousy (except for the french fries -- very yummy). We went there again last night -- don't ask me why -- to try the new menu, which looked pretty good online. It was horrible -- far worse than before. The food was overpriced and had no flavor, the presentation was more like a diner and showed no imagination whatsoever. And our server was rude. We couldn't get out of there fast enough and will never, ever go back.

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★☆☆☆☆

We've been to One three times now. The first time we waited over an hour for our table and the food was not very good. The second time we waited 45 minutes and, even with a new chef, the food was lousy (except for the french fries -- very yummy). We went there again last night -- don't ask me why -- to try the new menu, which looked pretty good online. It was horrible -- far worse than before. The food was overpriced and had no flavor, the presentation was more like a diner and showed no imagination whatsoever. And our server was rude. We couldn't get out of there fast enough and will never, ever go back.

Pros: Valet parking, decent atmosphere

Cons: Food, service, price

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Yes it's in Midtown. And Midtown has many great dining options. One has been around a couple of years now, and if you are a first timer, you might enjoy it. If you are under 25, single, and like the loud bar scene, you probably will be entertained. But if you are looking for great Midtown dining, look elsewhere!

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★☆☆☆☆

Yes it's in Midtown. And Midtown has many great dining options. One has been around a couple of years now, and if you are a first timer, you might enjoy it. If you are under 25, single, and like the loud bar scene, you probably will be entertained. But if you are looking for great Midtown dining, look elsewhere!

Pros: It's In Trendy Midtown! Cool Building!

Cons: Too Loud, Not A Serious Dining Destination!

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I have visited this restaurant a few times and each time it has been crowded, but in a fun, not overly packed way. The menu is interesting and the food has been delicious. The wine list is extensive and the servers are happy to help you choose the right glass or bottle for your tastes and your meal. Overall a worthwhile dining experience, a ton of fun to visit on a friday night with a group of friends.

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★★★☆☆

I have visited this restaurant a few times and each time it has been crowded, but in a fun, not overly packed way. The menu is interesting and the food has been delicious. The wine list is extensive and the servers are happy to help you choose the right glass or bottle for your tastes and your meal. Overall a worthwhile dining experience, a ton of fun to visit on a friday night with a group of friends.

Pros: Fun atmosphere, good food, great wine selection

Cons: Noisy

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My problem with this place wasn't the food but the service. The roasted chicken I ordered was actually really good and we all liked our appetizers. However, I felt like our waiter was trying to get us out of there as fast as possible. The appetizers literally came a couple minutes after we ordered them and we had to purposely decline to order the entrees in order to slow dinner down and have a relaxing night. Interestingly, we had the same rushed experience at Two Urban Licks. Also, it was freezing cold in the restaurant.

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★★☆☆☆

My problem with this place wasn't the food but the service. The roasted chicken I ordered was actually really good and we all liked our appetizers. However, I felt like our waiter was trying to get us out of there as fast as possible. The appetizers literally came a couple minutes after we ordered them and we had to purposely decline to order the entrees in order to slow dinner down and have a relaxing night. Interestingly, we had the same rushed experience at Two Urban Licks. Also, it was freezing cold in the restaurant.

Pros: Decent food, good atmosphere, good wine list

Cons: Rushed service

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This place is just, OK. The office building it is in is kind of dull and modern at the same time. The food is consistent, good. The chef is imaginative. I think it's a good place for business but not really romantic. Great wine list.

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★★★★☆

This place is just, OK. The office building it is in is kind of dull and modern at the same time. The food is consistent, good. The chef is imaginative. I think it's a good place for business but not really romantic. Great wine list.

Pros: Wine and Hipish YWP's

Cons: Became too popular and lost some of it's edge

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Went here for a late dinner on Saturday night. Despite not having a reservation we were seated pretty promptly. The menu changes daily but to be honest I think that the restaurant could fair better if it dedicated itself to some standard fare. I appreciate the effort to be creative and offer new dining experiences but taste and consistency should not be sacrificed. The wine list and fancy martinis explain the crown gathered around the bar. Overall you could do a lot worse but it is worth trying.

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★★★★☆

Went here for a late dinner on Saturday night. Despite not having a reservation we were seated pretty promptly. The menu changes daily but to be honest I think that the restaurant could fair better if it dedicated itself to some standard fare. I appreciate the effort to be creative and offer new dining experiences but taste and consistency should not be sacrificed. The wine list and fancy martinis explain the crown gathered around the bar. Overall you could do a lot worse but it is worth trying.

Pros: atmosphere

Cons: tries a little too hard

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This restaurant is an enormous contradiction. The location, tucked away one the north east side of Piedmont Park, is great. The atmosphere of the restaurant and accompanying bar is hip and relaxing, and the ambiance provides what should be a top-notch Atlanta dining experience. The waitstaff was friendly, helpful, and *very* attentive. The first and possibly only problem with this place came with this food. Just looking at the menu, you will see that the combinations and side items are strange and a bit over the top. The appetizers are a mixed bag. While the calamari is some of the best I've had, the other appetizers ranged from mediocre to inedible. The wine list is gimmicky and overpriced. The "bottled" water borders on bizarre, and does not add to the dining experience. The entrees of everyone at my table were well below average and over-priced. The steak and fries plate in particular seemed like something you would get at a bland chain restaurant in suburbia, not at an upscale midtown restaurant. With regard to some of the other entrees, we all agreed that the ingredients did not complement the overall dish. *NOTHING* jumped out at us on the dessert menu, but with the advice of the server, we were able to order a few items (albeit with some trepidation). The verdict? Disappointment. This menu seems afraid of more traditional options in favor of experimentation that just doesn't work. Despite a positive first impression of One, I left completely unsatisfied as a result of the well below average meal. With so many better dining options in Atlanta, I will be very hesitant to go back.

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★★☆☆☆

This restaurant is an enormous contradiction. The location, tucked away one the north east side of Piedmont Park, is great. The atmosphere of the restaurant and accompanying bar is hip and relaxing, and the ambiance provides what should be a top-notch Atlanta dining experience. The waitstaff was friendly, helpful, and *very* attentive. The first and possibly only problem with this place came with this food. Just looking at the menu, you will see that the combinations and side items are strange and a bit over the top. The appetizers are a mixed bag. While the calamari is some of the best I've had, the other appetizers ranged from mediocre to inedible. The wine list is gimmicky and overpriced. The "bottled" water borders on bizarre, and does not add to the dining experience. The entrees of everyone at my table were well below average and over-priced. The steak and fries plate in particular seemed like something you would get at a bland chain restaurant in suburbia, not at an upscale midtown restaurant. With regard to some of the other entrees, we all agreed that the ingredients did not complement the overall dish. *NOTHING* jumped out at us on the dessert menu, but with the advice of the server, we were able to order a few items (albeit with some trepidation). The verdict? Disappointment. This menu seems afraid of more traditional options in favor of experimentation that just doesn't work. Despite a positive first impression of One, I left completely unsatisfied as a result of the well below average meal. With so many better dining options in Atlanta, I will be very hesitant to go back.

Pros: Location, bar, atmopshere.

Cons: FOOD, FOOD, FOOD.

 

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